Felicity French (Author) Felicity lives in Surrey and works from home in her cosy studio. She studied illustration at the Arts University College Bournemouth and graduated in 2011. She has since pursued a freelance career illustrating children's books and creating greeting card designs. Felicity's illustrations are typically bright and colourful, often incorporating decorative patterned elements. Her unique style is a fusion of watercolour and black fine-line pen detail.
Cindy Wilde (Author) Cindy Wilde makes simple, joyful, quirky designs using bold graphic shapes and blocks of flat colour combined with areas of intricate pattern. All the elements within her work are made by hand using acrylic paint, indian ink and simple print techniques. They are then cut and reassembled to create the final piece.
Sally Moret (Author) As well as her work on children's books, Sally Moret has worked as a freelance designer on graphics, fashion designs, greeting card designs, gift-wrap and printed textiles. With decades of experience, Sally's style incorporates hand-drawn artwork rendered with Adobe Illustrator to produce a more unique and complete design style. She specialises in repeat patterns, animals, birds flowers, shoes, cupcakes and all things cute.
Hannah Davies (Author) Hannah Davies is an award-winning Welsh based freelance designer and illustrator. She is a fine-detail Surface Pattern Design specialist who draws on her love of nature for inspiration, producing intricate work rich in texture and colour. Combining illustrations and pattern design, 'I use my imaginative and detailed hand-drawing as a starting point. I then develop this using my own vibrant watercolours and collage techniques creating quirky stories and inspiring patterns'. Hannah has worked with many design companies from all ends of the spectrum contributing in design, publishing and advertising.
Beth Gunnell (Author) Based in the Midlands, Beth Gunnell lives her childhood daydream of drawing all day long and works as a freelance designer. Since 2003, as well as illustrating beautiful patterns for colouring books, Beth has been creating artwork for a range of products, from babywear to chocolate boxes, greetings cards to textiles. Beth enjoys the variety of her work and has a passion for sweet characters and all things pretty. @BGunnellDesign
Jessie Eckel (Author) Jessie Eckel completed an art foundation course in Nottingham and won the Ida Berry Young Artist of the Year Award at the end of the course, before moving to London to take a First Class degree in Illustration. Her degree course was so successful that she received immediate commissions from prestigious organisations like Greenpeace, Habitat and Wagamama. She now works full time as an illustrator, producing artwork for stationery items homewares and publishing.